Spiritual & Tarot Education
Connect to your inner wisdom and journey beyond the conventional
Honoring Our Queer Ancestors
Honoring Our Queer Ancestors is an exploration and reverencing of lineages of queer magic, healing, liberation, and celebration. You’ll learn how to do radical ancestor work to connect with your queer ancestors so that you can access to a reservoir of queer joy, hope, strength, and magic that will help you carry forward the banner of collective liberation. The workshop covers the what, why and how of radical queer ancestor work and you’ll leave the workshop prepared to connect with, celebrate, and honor your queer ancestors.
“Lex didn’t give me THE ANSWER but instead gave me a series of questions to help me make up my own mind. It gave me agency and helped me realize what truly aligned with me. It really is a superpower to give space for folks to find their own answers.”
– Emily P.
Finding Your Folk Magic
Finding Your Folk Magic is a workbook, a treatise, a starting point for your own journey into folk magic. This guide crafts a container that will hold you as you work with the book and beyond it. Learn about the sources of folk magic. Learn how to weave them together in an enchanted collaboration between you, the earth, and your ancestors. Connect to the sources of magic that you have unfettered, abundant, and immanent access to. Craft healing, change, and connection – for yourself and for the collective.
“Through Lex’s guiding hand, with the context of ritual, journaling, imagery (and so much more!) I rewrote my story. To be guided into my OWN power and creating my OWN story was a revelation. I loved the fact that Lex was there to listen and guide, not preach. They held amazing space for my own personal wisdom and power to come through. I feel prepared to view challenges as guide, mentor, and medicine, rather than frightening circumstance.
If you’re looking for an experience with your magic, and a guide to your own inner wisdom rather than feeling TOLD what do do, I highly recommend Lex as mentor. I’m so grateful they were able to (gently!) motivate me and hold space for such an intimidating journey!”